It's weird that it exists. Being the youngest is really important. Can't help but think that there are still tiny loose ends here and there, but at the same time the show felt really forced at times. I understand that it may have to do more than just the channel as some of the major cast didn't want to do the show anymore, but to me I just don't get it. However, things quickly get out of hand when a big fight erupts on who should become president. Jet Now that the show is over I've been thinking about what could've been.
Lucas: No matter whatever happens to me in my whole life, you will always be my first girlfriend. This was a moment for Cory, Topanga, Shawn, and Eric. I have various thoughts on this episode, but one quick point about Carrie, the third friend who moved across the street. I'm really glad you didn't hate this, because I liked it. I'm in the middle of Christian's and Sean's takes on the final quoting of lines from the pilot. My prediction about Katy being pregnant did not come true, but I believe other people correctly predicted Shawn wanting to adopt Maya, which hadn't really been a plot point that was on my radar but, sure, makes sense.
Anonymous Quite a good finale episode. When I was watching the ep, I was hoping that you guys would catch Daniel Jacobs' cameo; glad to see you did. It was nice, but at the same time, I wish they hadn't cut out the Minkus and Harley scenes. The new series will follow Riley Matthews portrayed by Rowan Blanchard , the teenage daughter of Boy Meets World main characters Cory and Topanga Matthews, as Riley navigates the challenges of life. The other side of the school, and Minkus telling Mr.
We got to see Riley and Lucas outside, but missed out on Josh and Maya inside. Eric is mad at Mr. I hadn't thought about the fact that if Riley doesn't move, are she and Lucas going to stay together. But, like, why are they fighting? I also figured that whatever speeches Harley and Minkus gave to Cory and Topanga were cut out. Alluding to Shakespeare and Dickens, Feeny believes that Cory and Topanga will flourish in England just as they've flourished in New York. Cutting these scenes does nothing when you want to fit in every single character. I even noticed right away that the kid at the end was original Josh.
It's even bigger with the penultimate episode of each though - where in the final minute or so of the episode, they find out Topanga's got a job offer that takes her away. Turner and announces that he is going to adopt Maya. It did just look like a bit they were doing. But the premiere date for the show had been kept under wraps. I don't mind the callbacks to Brave New World, or the flashback, or even Daniel Jacobs' gratuitous cameo as a customer.
Feeny helped him become who he is, and apparently because he didn't help Eric enough according to the video I heard about even though Eric is well into adult years and should figure things out for himself , he throws a childish fit. And doesn't say anything else. The show just couldn't grow with them like it could on another network. Cory and Shawn were always together and even become like brothers as they grow, but they separated themselves from one another, however, they always knew that their friendship would be forever and unbreakable. I wouldn't have brought it up other than with respect to Christian's note about finding a connection with American politics. Michael Jacobs wrote both scripts! In general though, the lack of struggle for the kids,is a sign of the times.
And, jumping ahead, this is really the final Riley and Lucas moment. However, awkward tension causes the two to realize that while they like each other, they are better as friends. And I never would have thought of that, so, yeah, the official Sean Seal of Approval on that decision. Just like some shows no longer really do opening credits any more, and that annoys me too. And, like, what is Katy doing quoting dialogue from it? It's glaringly obvious when your 5 year old couple Auggie and Ava hold hands and behave like they're together while the high school couple barely interacts. So much fun to play Eric again.
And yup, Shawn had other friends that hung out with, but he also stopped hanging out with those people as well because of Cory, and both Cory and he decided that they don't really needed other friends since they have each other to count on most. Cory: Well, you know, my parents tried to adopt Shawn, but he preferred to stay a street urchin. If they were writing it like was going to be the finale, then have them move to London. Besides that, there's the fact that the episode wasn't about Eric and Feeny, it was about Topanga's decision which was annoying only because this is the third time they've fallen back on that plot point. Then we get a callback to Riley and Maya's conversation from the pilot, which was cool.
That's clearly not who you are, it's not your history, it's not reality. He says it's to prevent terrorism but in reality, it's basically a Muslim ban. People only notice Morgan is suddenly in different clothing. Like that he was a character on the show. I look forward to the coming days, when we can discuss the characters in depth, and the series as a whole.